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This Arabic language page is presented as an additional supplement for Linguistic Anthropology General Resources


The Arabic Alphabet __ "The Arabic alphabet is one of the most important in the world. It is used by the followers of the Islamic faith--about 950 million people. Today's commercial developments in this area have brought this script into prominence in the rest of the world as well." - illustrated - From jaars.org - http://www.jaars.org/museum/alphabet/galleries/arabic.htm

 

Arabic alphabet __ You will find an encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - illustrated - From wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arabic_alphabet


Arabic alphabet, pronunciation and language __ "Details of written and spoken Arabic, including the Arabic alphabet and pronunciation" You will also find history and links. - From omniglot.com - http://www.omniglot.com/writing/arabic.htm

 

Arabic Dialects __ "...Arabic, spoken daily across North Africa and the Middle East, which sometimes differ enough to be mutually incomprehensible."  Learn about the main dialect groups. - From arabic-language.org - http://www.arabic-language.org/arabic/dialects.asp  


Arabic, Gulf Spoken __ A brief overview of speakers and dialects with links to more detailed material. - from ethnologue.com - http://www.ethnologue.com/show_language.asp?code=afb 


Arabic language __ "ARABIC ranks sixth in the world's league table of languages, with an estimated 186 million native speakers. As the language of the Qur'an, the holy book of Islam, it is also widely used throughout the Muslim world. It belongs to the Semitic group of languages which also includes Hebrew and Amharic, the main language of Ethiopia." Here is an overview and history of the Arabic language. - From al-bab.com - http://www.al-bab.com/arab/language/lang.htm 
 
Arabic Language __ "The term "Arabic" may refer either to literary Arabic or Modern Standard Arabic or to the many localized varieties of Arabic commonly called "colloquial Arabic." Arabs consider literary Arabic as the standard language and tend to view everything else as mere dialects." You will find an encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - From wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arabic_language 

 

 


Arabic Language __ Scroll down past all the advertising to find the Arabic Language article. Once you have read the information you can see writing samples, hear sounds, and learn translations. - illustrated - From worldlanguage.com - http://www.worldlanguage.com/Languages/Arabic.htm

 

Arabic Language Study Programs __ A list of Arabic language study programs, and costs, from around the world. - From umich.edu - http://www.umich.edu/~neareast/arabicstudy.html  


Arabic Language History __ "The rise of Arabic to the status of a major world language is inextricably intertwined with the rise of Islam as a major world religion. Before the appearance of  Islam, Arabic was a minor member of the southern branch of the Semitic language family, used by a small number of largely nomadic tribes in the Arabian peninsula, with an extremely poorly documented textual history." A good overview. - From Indiana University - http://www.indiana.edu/~arabic/arabic_history.htm 


Arabic Language Home __ You will find many resources for learning Arabic. "Arabic language schools, vocabulary, products and more." This brief review is about a website jam-packed with information.- from arabic-language.org - http://www.arabic-language.org/ 

 


Arabic Sign Language __ "Sign language in the Arab World has been recently recognized and documented. Many efforts have been made to establish the sign language used in individual countries, including Jordan, Egypt, Libya, and the Gulf States, by trying to standardize the language and spread it among members of the Deaf community and those concerned. Such efforts produced many sign languages, almost as many as Arabic-speaking countries, yet with the same sign alphabets." - from arabic-language.org - http://www.arabic-language.org/arabic/signlanguage.asp 


Arabic Language A Tough Assignment (washingtonpost.com) __ "According to a survey by the Modern Language Association, the number of students at U.S. colleges enrolled in Arabic language courses nearly doubled from fall 1998 to fall 2002 -- the largest growth rate of any foreign language during that period." Find out why in this article. - From Washington Post - http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A24690-2004Jul2.html 

 

Arabic Tongue Twisters __ You will find sixteen Arabic tongue twisters. A translation of each one is provided. - From Michael Reck - http://www.uebersetzung.at/twister/ar.htm 


 


English-Arabic Online Dictionary __ English to Arabic - Arabic to English - From ectaco.com - http://www.ectaco.com/online/diction.php3?lang=3 

 

Fun With Arabic-Learn arabic language online __ "Learn arabic online in a fun and interactive way. Study the alphabet its grammar how to form short arabic phrases and basic arabic language vocabulary." - illustrated - From funwitharabic.com - http://www.funwitharabic.com/


Gulf Arabic __ "Gulf Arabic is a variety of the Arabic language spoken around both shores of the Persian Gulf, mainly in Kuwait, eastern Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, and parts of Oman. Some notable characteristics that set it apart from other Bedouin dialects are an unusual number of Persian loanwords, and a pronunciation of kaaf as ch; like other Bedouin dialects, it pronounces qaaf as g." You will find an encyclopedic article along with links to related materials. - From wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gulf_Arabic

 

History of Arabic Language __ "Modern Standard Arabic belongs to the Semitic language family. Semitic languages have a recorded history going back thousands of years, one of the most extensive continuous archives of documents belonging to any human language group."  A general history of Arabic. - From arabic-language.org - http://www.arabic-language.org/arabic/history.asp  


IPL Kidspace: Say Hello to the World __ Learn how to say hello to the world in Arabic. Then scroll down to find many additional resources about Arabic language and Arabic culture. - From ipl.org - http://www.ipl.org/div/kidspace/hello/arabic.html 


Iraqi Arabic __ "Iraqi Arabic is considered to be equal in complexity to the Hijazi and Yemeni varieties of Arabic, which makes these three variants the hardest to learn among the Arabic varieties spoken . Some claim that among the varieties of Arabic it has retained the pronunciation closest to the Arabic spoken by Muhammed." You will find an encyclopedic article with links to related materials - From wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iraqi_Arabic 

 


 
Languages of Egypt __ You will find a list of languages spoken in Egypt including Arabic, Eastern Egyptian Bedawi Spoken, Arabic, Egyptian Spoken, Arabic, Sa`idi Spoken, Arabic, Standard, Arabic, Western Egyptian Bedawi Spoken, among others. - From ethnologue.com - http://www.ethnologue.com/show_country.asp?name=EG

 

Middle East & Islamic Studies Collection...Dictionaries & Encyclopedias __ Long list of click-to-view resources. A good place to spend some time. - From library.cornell.edu - http://www.library.cornell.edu/colldev/mideast/dictiona.htm 


Search the Web __ An extensive listing of Arabic resources. But, they most all are "sponsored" links, very commercial. - From arabic-language.com - http://www.arabic-language.com/ 
 

 

 

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